Tag: student

Ask us anything: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

How good are you at throwing a boomerang? Such a stereotypical question! when was the last time you encountered casual racism? every bloody Uber… ‘where you from?’ and I’m just like: ‘I’m Aboriginal’ and they’re like: ‘but you don’t look Aboriginal.’ and then I’m like ‘well you didn’t look racist till you said that!’ and […]

Learn French – How to Greet People in French

salute general Ingrid hi everybody I’m Ingrid welcome to French part 101.com your concert component the fastest easiest and most fun way to learn French in the last lesson we learned how to be grateful to people by saying message in this lesson we’ll learn some of the other most common greetings used in France […]

Human Eye | #aumsum

Our topic for today is Human Eye. The human eye is one of the most valuable sense organs that enables us to see the world around us. Let us study about the different parts of an eye. Sclera is a tough outer coat that protects the entire eyeball. Choroid is a vascular layer of the […]

Humanities on Stage | Michael Najjar | Oregon Stories

For me the power of storytelling on stage is the transference of experience from one human to another. And it’s in that moment of transfer, something kind of magical occurs. What we do is tell human stories. That’s the human in the humanities. In the classroom you learn about different cultures, about different people, and […]

Why Arts Graduates Are Under-Employed

Arts graduates across the developed world, often complain bitterly about the difficulties they face finding good employment. They spent long and costly years studying such subjects as history, art, philosophy, poetry and drama, then they reach the jobs market and discover that no one has any use for their distinctive skills and interests. If they’re […]

Student Perspective | Medical Humanities | Raj Dalal ’20

The minor offered me an opportunity to explore one topic deeply but through very different lenses. I think that while all the classes are great and they all offered different perspectives, I actually have two that I think were really cool. One was one ASIA 399. It was basically exploring Asian religions and how they […]